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58 walks ticked

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2
Number of Walks Ticked
83.0km
Total Distance Ticked

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58
Number of Walks Ticked
572.0km
Total Distance Ticked
Name Date Difficulty Distance/Duration
Apsley River Waterhole and Gorge (East Coast)
20 Dec, 2019
Medium
7km return
3 hrs
A pleasant walk through bushland. The tracks are uneven so ensure you wear appropriate footwear. We returned via the riverbed which involved navigating rocks and boulders (no track). Currently the area is dry and the trees are feeling it.
Falls Circuit - Mt Field National Park (Mount Field National Park)
18 Dec, 2019
Medium
6km return
2.5 hrs
Russell Falls is amazing & had a lot of water flowing over. About 200 stairs later, you get to Horseshoe Falls then a couple of kms later, Lady Barron Falls. You can hear the birdlife but are lucky to see them! We were fortunate to spot birdlife toward the end.
South Cape Bay Track (Southwest National Park)
17 Dec, 2019
Medium
16km return
5 hrs
A great walk with a diversity of plant life. It was lovely to come out to the bay - be sure to have a picnic there!
Mt. Wellington - Zigzag/Icehouse loop (Wellington Park)
16 Dec, 2019
Medium
8.26km return
3 hrs
Made it to the Mt Wellington summit - started at Fern Tree and walked along the Fern Glade Track, Radford’s Track, Pinnacle Track then Zig-Zag Track to the summit and return. A total of 12.5km. There are so many walking Track options in Wellington Park. We climbed 188 flights of stairs. Amazing views from the top but the flora and fauna on the way up was even better! The fern trees at the start were incredible!
Devils Break Loop (Moggill Conservation Park)
13 Oct, 2019
Medium
5.8km return
90 mins
Did this walk with Lantana Break to make it a 11k walk. Glad I had my walking books and poles with me for the steep downward sections. Wouldn’t want to do them with sneakers... A peaceful walk with some birdlife along the way. Spotted two lace monitors. Would do it again for fitness.
Lantana Break (Moggill Conservation Park)
13 Oct, 2019
Medium
5km return
2 hrs
Did this walk with Devil’s Break Loop to make it 11 km. Some birdlife were spotted and Lace Monitors. Nice and peaceful. Glad I had my walking boots on and poles for the steeper sections. Would do it again for fitness.
Blue Lake (Kaboora Track) (North Stradbroke Island - Minjeeribah)
7 Oct, 2019
Medium
5.2km return
90 mins
We went to Blue Lake via Kabul track but diverted (turned right at the first junction) to a lookout on the way. This added 6 km to the overall walk (14 km in total). We returned to the carpark via Kabura Track. Blue Lake was lovely - clear water, still and peaceful. We didn’t experience much birdlife (Noisy Friarbirds, Kookaburras, Kites, Spotted Parladotes), saw many lizard and wallaby tracks (and saw a Lace Monitor). The track is sand so where appropriate shoes and take enough water. Since the track is sand...you will feel the heat.
Mickey Creek (Carnarvon National Park)
28 Sep, 2019
Medium
4.7km return
2 hrs
An easy walk with some rock hopping. Picturesque. Saw a wallaby, echidna and white-browned scrubwrens.
Moss Garden (Carnarvon National Park)
27 Sep, 2019
Medium
7.5km return
3 hrs
The Moss Garden is gorgeous and the walk to the Moss Garden is photogenic. It is a great place to pause and appreciate your surroundings.
Amphitheatre (Carnarvon National Park)
27 Sep, 2019
Medium
8.4km return
4 hrs
Loved the rock formations and the colour of the rock. The amphitheater was a surprise once you stepped into it and it is such a peaceful place. Try to experience it by yourself or other quiet people!
Cathedral Cave (Carnarvon National Park)
26 Sep, 2019
Hard
18.2km return
6 hrs
We experienced this area on the way to Big Bend. The land is peaceful and lends itself to reflection. Take the time to read the informational plaques outlining indigenous history in this area as well as the artwork.
Big Bend (Carnarvon National Park)
26 Sep, 2019
Hard
19.4km return
8 hrs
Camped at Big Bend for one night - lovely and peaceful. My watch recorded the round trip at 21km without doing any side tracks. The water was clear and cool and looked fantastic. Many river crossings so wear your waterproof boots. I would call this walk moderate...obviously harder with a pack for overnight camping.
Bymien Day Use Area to Freshwater Campground (Great Sandy National Park)
31 Aug, 2019
Medium
21km return
6 hrs
Great walk with some lovely scenery. Freshwater Lake was disappointing however, the area hasn’t had much rain. Poona Lake is gorgeous. Pack your sticks for this walk and take note of the signage.
Bymien Day Use Area to Freshwater Campground (Great Sandy National Park)
31 Aug, 2019
Medium
21km return
6 hrs
Loved this walk with a variety of landscapes. Take good note of the signposts...missed a turn off and ended up at the beach! Freshwater Lake was a little low - not much rain. Poona Lake was gorgeous as usual. Pack your poles for this peaceful walk.
Warrie Circuit (Springbrook National Park)
25 Aug, 2019
Hard
17km return
5 hrs
Great walk - great landscape and diversity. My GPS measured the walk at 14.5km.
Blackbutt Trail (Eumundi Conservation Park)
18 Aug, 2019
Easy
4.7km return
75 mins
Enjoyed this track - peaceful, great landscape and birdlife. Wear proper walking shoes as the ground can be uneven with stones, sticks and gullies.
Figbird Trail (Eumundi Conservation Park)
18 Aug, 2019
Easy
4.3km return
1 hr
Really enjoyed this walk - appreciated the quiet, diversity of landscape and birdlife (not so easy to spot though!). Tracks can be uneven with rocks, sticks and gullies.
Araucaria Track (Brisbane Forest park D'Aguilar National Park)
14 Aug, 2019
Easy
5km
90 mins
This was my first time t the reservoir so it was good to see what the space offers. The walk was easy with steps, tree roots and rocks/stones on the track. Birdlife: Superb Fairywren, Australian King Parrot, Scarlet Honeyeaters and White-naped Honeyeaters to name a few.
Westside Track (D'Aguilar National Park)
14 Aug, 2019
Easy
6km return
2.5 hrs
This was an easy walk through bushland. Tree roots and rocks are on the track so you do need to be mindful. Spotted two Wompoo Fruitdoves, Eastern-yellow Robins and some other birdlife (need to be quick!). Enjoyed this walk not only for the outlook but also due to less people and less people talking loudly.
Greenes Falls (D'Aguilar National Park)
14 Aug, 2019
Medium
4.3km return
2 hrs
Loved this walk - some magnificent trees, avid birdlife (but you may not see them) and a true nature sound. We added the Rainforest Circuit, Cypress Grove Track and the Westside Track to complete just over 10km. It would be better if people didn’t speak loudly - the sound of the forest is beautiful.